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"In truth we are always present; we only imagine ourselves to be in one place or another."
—Howard Cohn

Essential Buddhist Teachings Program Series: The Boundless Heart – Love, Compassion, Joy & Equanimity (No. 3) LIVESTREAM
Mark Coleman
Friday, January 26, 10:00am - 4:30pm
Online
$30 - 108 sliding scale. Code MC3L18.
Will open for registration soon

PLEASE NOTE: This is the LIVESTREAM registration page. To register to attend the event in person, visit this link.

This five-daylong series may be attended in full or in part. You can join the series at any point; each day is a standalone program. You must register for each class separately. These five programs combine to create a deeper understanding of the Buddha's key teachings and emphasizes learning how to apply mindfulness and wisdom practices in our lives. In each daylong, there will be guided meditations, lectures, discussion, and inquiry. This series will start January 12, 2018, and end February 9, 2018, if you choose to attend all five daylong programs.

Program Titles:

  • 1 - Four Foundations of Mindfulness - January 12
  • 2 - Four Noble Truths - January 19
  • 3 - The Boundless Heart - January 26
    The Buddha taught how to develop four beautiful innate qualities of the heart – love, compassion, joy, and equanimity. In this daylong, we will explore how to cultivate each of these boundless qualities through meditation and exercises. We will look deeply at each of these heart capacities, what supports and hinders their development, and how to bring these sublime states into our relationship with ourselves, others, and the world.
  • 4 - Eightfold Path-Part A - February 2
  • 5 - Eightfold Path-Part B - February 9
Follow the links to register for each livestream class separately.

This program will offer insights and practices for care providers to cultivate their mindfulness practice in ways that improve patient care. By developing these heart practices, care providers will be able to cope more effectively with stress, and reduce emotional exhaustion and risk of professional burnout. Through the practices of compassion, love, joy and equanimity, care providers will strengthen their empathic responses as well as the ability to titrate their emotional response to their own suffering and that of their patients and colleagues, in turn improving patient care and overall communication.

Teachings are appropriate for health care professionals as well as the general public. Continuing Education (CE) credit available for in-person attendance only.

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